Please follow the link below for further details of the open meeting to look at the proposed development at Croft Farm, Stone Road, Hill Chorlton.
The Parish Council is aware that traffic and speeds on the A51 are a major concern for residents in Hill Chorlton, as well as others who use that road. We are requesting a traffic survey as a first step towards considering traffic calming measures. We would like to hear from anyone who has specific concerns about the road, as well as suggestions for improvements.
Please contact the Clerk, Mrs Janet Simpson, email email@example.com or 07563 660298.
We would also like to hear from Hill Chorlton residents as to what they would like to see in terms of maintenance and improving the appearance of their part of the parish. Again, please contact the Clerk.
12:00 noon, 19 June 2018 to 12:00 noon, 31 July 2018
The Draft Neighbourhood Plan is available to read online or download via the following link:
Supporting evidence for the Plan is accessible in the Neighbourhood Plan Evidence Base.
Also available online is a booklet featuring the aims and policies of the Plan and which has been delivered to all households and businesses in the Neighbourhood Area.
Printed copies of the Draft Neighbourhood Plan are available for inspection at the following locations:
Aston village hall Whitmore village hall
Chapel Chorlton church Guildhall Customer Service Centre OR
Maer church Castle House, Ironmarket, Newcastle
Whitmore village hall, 2:30pm to 7:30pm, Wednesday 27 June 2018
Responding to the consultation
Responses to the consultation can be submitted using the online form, or on the printed paper form. All consultation responses must be received by 12:00 noon on Tuesday 31 July 2018. No responses received after that time can be considered.